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The bad news: I was in a serious car accident last Thursday evening (June 9th @ 4:05pm) in which I suffered a collapsed lung, a fractured rib, a broken left tibia, a fracture on my right ankle, a broken collarbone, and some muscular tissue damage on my left arm. Which means I am non-weight bearing on all four extremities and must stay in bed for several weeks.
I also had a bunch of photo equipment in the vehicle with me, my Canon 70-200mm lens was damaged but still works! My beloved Nikon 17-55mm f/2.8 DX, however, is ruined! My SB-600 flash was also completely broken.
The good news: I'm alive and I am surrounded by people who love and care for me!
My Canon 50D and Nikon D90 survived the accident damage free along with my MacBook Pro!
iMac Intel 2006
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The 2006 iMac Intel was the first iMac to use a Intel Core Duo CPU. Introduced along with the new iMac was the Intel-based MacBook Pro, both were signs of big changes to come as Apple transitioned from PowerPC to Intel processors. New to this iMac were not only the processor but also the integration of Apples iSight camera, built-in stereo speakers, microphone and the inclusion of a remote control. Shipping with first universal binary version of Mac OS X 10.4.4, 1.8 or 2.0 GHz Intel Core Duo Processor, 512 MB RAM, DVD+R DL SuperDrive, ATI Radeon X1600 and built-in AirPort Extreme.